Ethical Adoption of AI on Campus: Challenges and Opportunities - An Ed Tech Day Featured Session

By Andrew Hogan, February 16, 2024

F. Paul Greene, a partner at Harter Secrest & Emery's Rochester office and chair of the firm's Privacy and Data Security Practice, will lead a discussion titled "Ethical Adoption of AI on a College Campus: Challenges and Opportunities" at 2 PM on Thursday, March 21st, in the Klingenstein Lounge. 

Few things have campus administrators, faculty and IT teams more engaged at the moment than the explosion of Artificial Intelligence solutions, including generative AI, in education.  Whether it be student use of generative AI, privacy concerns, or developing an institutional approach to AI governance, the issues surrounding AI are complex and challenging.  And the legal and regulatory framework surrounding AI adoption is being built as we speak.  As a result, many institutions find themselves in the AI trenches without sufficient guidance or survival skills.  This discussion will focus on instilling an ethical approach to AI adoption that can aid in AI risk management, and foster a broader awareness of the benefits and challenges of AI adoption in the education sphere. 

This session is among the 40+ scheduled presentations for the 30th Educational Technology Day at Ithaca College, taking place on Thursday, March 21st, from 9 am to 3 pm in the Campus Center. Registration is not necessary for Ithaca College Community members. For further details, please visit the Ed Tech Day website at

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